DGR Double Glazing Repairs Bristol located at 20 Beach Ave, Severn Beach, Bristol BS35 4PB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 07530 159050

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Richard Thornton

5 Google Rating

An easy 5 star rating. I had 3 replacement double glazing panes due to condensation. The service w

5/ 5

An easy 5 star rating. I had 3 replacement double glazing panes due to condensation. The service was Professional, friendly and very competitively priced. Will definitely be first choice for anything window related in the future. Thank you

Geoff C

5 Google Rating

Mike of DGR Double Glazing Repairs has been wonderful to deal with and totally professional througho

5/ 5

Mike of DGR Double Glazing Repairs has been wonderful to deal with and totally professional throughout. He came back several times without complaint or additional charge to find the source a particularly difficult leak in our 20 year old conservatory which has now survived several bad storms without a drop of water appearing. He also fitted trickle vents to some double glazed windows to help reduce condensation. He is friendly, reliable and communications are excellent. Highly recommended.

Debra Laurence

5 Google Rating

Called out to fix a doubled glazed window that would not close. Even though it was in the middle of

5/ 5

Called out to fix a doubled glazed window that would not close. Even though it was in the middle of lock down, as it was a security issue, the gentleman came on the same day. He observed all the correct cleaning protocols, was quick and clean. Highly recommended.

John Jacques

5 Google Rating

Top job carried out by Mike, with nothing being to much trouble. Definitely use again.

5/ 5

Top job carried out by Mike, with nothing being to much trouble. Definitely use again.

Tracy Schmalenbach

5 Google Rating

Mike of DGR was reliable, prompt, honest and did not overcharge. A UPVC patio door had dropped and h

5/ 5

Mike of DGR was reliable, prompt, honest and did not overcharge. A UPVC patio door had dropped and he explained why and repacked the glass as it had not been done properly when first installed by someone else. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone.

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